15 March, 2015
15 March, 2015
14 March, 2015
This is a small wooden stick with a rubber tip and a magnet attached. Guess how much it costs.
13 March, 2015
This children’s shirt shows tomorrow’s date, 3/14/15, with the phrase “It only happens once in a lifetime.” To a child, the idea of irrational numbers is new and interesting, so the nerd part’s not the problem. (Obviously, if you’re an adult, and you consider yourself special for knowing a basic fact about a circle, you’re maybe not as sharp as you think you are.)
The issue here is an adult buying a shirt for a child that reminds them they won’t live a hundred more years. Unlike pi, life does not go on forever. Unlike pi, you will not be here in 2115. Here’s a shirt, and by the way, did you know you’re going to die in 99 or fewer years?
11 March, 2015
The “Butter Mill” lets you load it with cold butter, which it then grinds up, so you don’t have to wait for it to get warm before you can spread butter on your food. Congratulations to Cooks Innovations for monetizing the space of “I eat so much butter I need a butter grinder, but I lack the planning to keep the butter on the table instead of in the fridge.”
10 March, 2015
Finally… No more accidentally drilling through my iPhone with a tiny drill.
9 March, 2015
Either the paper would be too soft to write on, or you’d have to wipe your ass with the world’s worst toilet paper. There is no winner in the game of Sudoku Toilet Paper.